TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2012 /CNW/ - Approximately 0.7% of the Canadian population has IBD, which includes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The GI (Gastrointestinal) Society presents a free lecture in various Ontario cities this December as part of its BadGut® Lecture Series. On Tuesday, December 4 at 7:00pm, Dr. Mark S. Silverberg, a gastroenterologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, will talk to you about making the most out of your visit with the gastroenterologist to manage Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Attendees at the live site and videoconferenced sites listed below will be given an opportunity to interact with the speakers during the question and answer period.
Mark S. Silverberg, MD, PhD
Gastroenterologist, Mount Sinai Hospital IBD Group
Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto
Gail Attara, Chief Executive Officer
Toronto (Live Site)
Ben Sadowski Auditorium (18th Floor, 18-130)
Mount Sinai Hospital
600 University Ave
Associates in Psychiatry Auditorium, Rm 1410
The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
1145 Carling Ave
Large Auditorium, Rm 103413
North Bay Regional Health Centre
50 College Dr
Waterloo Regional Campus
10 Victoria St S
You must REGISTER in advance to attend: www.badgut.org or 866-600-4875
The GI Society
As the Canadian leader in providing trusted, evidence-based information on all areas of the gastrointestinal tract, the GI Society is committed to improving the lives of people with GI and liver conditions, supporting research, advocating for appropriate patient access to healthcare, and promoting gastrointestinal and liver health.
The GI Society provides a variety of resources regarding a wide range of GI and liver illnesses, such as irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, GERD, celiac disease, hepatitis, and more. "Too many patients continue to suffer in silence, often for years, without receiving appropriate medical attention," says Gail Attara, President & CEO of the GI Society. "For some of these individuals, contact with the GI Society is the first step toward receiving validation, medically-sound information, and further resources to pursue the care they require."
SOURCE: Gastrointestinal Society
For further information:
Gail Attara, President & Chief Executive Officer
855 West 12 Ave | Vancouver | BC | Canada | V5Z 1M9
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Phone: 604-875-4875 or 1-866-600-4875 | Fax: 604-875-4429